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Go with the mindset of getting some good exercise and catching some beautiful views and you’ll be happy you did this.
There is an entry fee of 10 bs - when we went no one was there to collect.
The climb is short and of...More
Don't expect to much but just enjoy this not too difficult and quiet climb up the fiest southwest hill of Copacabana.
After passing some dogs, mules and pigs you start climbing rock stairs to the top. Halfway you will be asked to pay 10soles as...More
Nice views and interesting stones at the top.
The Inca aspect is practically non existent.
Climb is moderate.
I did this and the other hill - calvario - I'd say they're both about as good as each other. This one is more relaxing at the...More
We made the stairs uphill and got satisfied with a nice, clean and calm spot over Copacabana.
In general you need to pay 10bs (less than 1,5€) to get up.
Stairs were a little bit exhausting as we just came back from the jungle to...More
We had some time before we had to leave the area and we looked for things to do. We found this on TripAdvisor and thought we would check it out. It was one of the best things we did. Unlike other areas which are very...More
Unlike the Cerro Calvario, the Horca del Inca is a very quiet place to watch the sunset. The top of the mountain is very easily accessible, as the stairs only take you until halfway. If I had to choose between the Cerro and this place,...More
August is festival time in Copacabana, with visitors from all over Bolivia and Peru. The walk up Cerro Calvario was packed with throngs of people, so my husband and I chose to walk up to Horca del Inca instead. We thoroughly enjoyed the views of...More
The decent stone steps to this site begin on the left of the street running up past the side of the Cathedral, not far from Hostal Sonia. It is a 20 to 30 minute walk and there is a 10 Peruvian Sol entrance fee. The...More
Easy to find. Just walk in that direction and there are signs. There is not so much polution like on other places, so you can really enjoy nature. Went there for having lunch on the top. Took 35 Minutes..
I stayed in a hotel on the hill and was given rough directions on how to get up the hill via the rear. Some of it is difficult as you have to find your own path but the views were spectacular. I did it alone,...More